Weekend of walking and lifting

I was worried that I had regressed…it was probably just the exercise bike.

I am in a quandary: how “hurt” am I?
Is this chronic..just something I have to live with?
Might it get better like it did so many years ago?
Should I not walk at all or swim and walk only a tiny amount?
If offered an invasive procedure: take it?

I don’t have pain at rest, but I do balk at walking short distances unless I can stretch first.

Saturday: I did the full PT and then did a few deadlifts downstairs: side was 100 percent painless with the third set: 10 x 144, 10 x 184, 10 x 224 (all beltless)

Then I walked:

Note the second walk (at the top) was 15:33 for the course that, well, measures longer at different times. Going by Google Maps, it was 1.16 in 15:33 which would mean 13:24 for that walk.

I iced afterward; some IT soreness.

Today: more PT, and two walks plus a third experimental walk:

The last walk, I took slowly and wore my new nylon weight belt; it mattered..a little. In each case, I was ready to stop but..had many moments of “normality.”

Ball and walking

I saw all three Bradley Baseball games; there was a 2-0 7 inning loss (errors..not a lot of hitting); a thrilling 5-4 win in 10 innings in the second game and a 20-5 loss in the Sunday game that saw Wright State blast 4 home runs including a grand slam.

It was 20-3 in the 6’th inning.

As far as the 5-4 game; BU seemed to be in control leading 4-3 with 2 out in the top of the 9’th, but then came a solo home run to tie the game.
BU walked it off in the 10’th.

The Saturday game: chilly; fans moved to where the sunlight was.

Note: I walked a lap between the double header games and stretched at the top of the bern..eccentric professors…